In the entertainment world, there is something to be said about lovable villains. Austin Power's; Dr. Evil, Star Wars'; Darth Vader, the Batman's; Joker and now the New York Mets; Jesse Winker? Yes, Mets fans have become obsessed with disliking the Buffalo native and he seems to be enjoying it.
If you are a Buffalo Bills fan, all you have to do is look to the Cleveland Browns and Deshaun Watson and you may feel better about this story. However, if you are the team that just invested $120 million in a player that is being accused in court of distributing "sexually explicit photos," well then this may be a bit tougher to digest, especially if you expected this player to be the "defensive face" of the franchise.
What is that saying about first impressions? How about one made by a person that is not even sure they are going to be around? It's awesome when you see college and professional athletes do great things in their communities. When they are random acts of kindness with no cameras focusing in, those are character revealing.
Many people that live in the Empire State think that taxes are too high. Especially, following the pandemic, the average taxpayer is tapped. Well, New Yorkers about to get another tab put on their bill by the Bills, no less!
The Buffalo Bills have one goal in mind right now. They are looking to put the finishing touches on a team that will be the odds on favorite to make the Super Bowl next year. The problem is, Bills general manager thought he accomplished that last year, only to be taken down by the Kansas City Chiefs, once again. Beane may have signed his difference maker on Wednesday.
It seems everyone is playing the game Wordle. It's a simple game that has you picking a five-letter word and trying to figure out what word they are looking for in just a few guesses. A die-hard Buffalo Bills fan has created his own version of the game that only has to do with his favorite team. He calls it Hurdle and all of Bills Mafia is encouraged to play.
The Buffalo Bills polarizing wide receiver, Cole Beasley, wants out of town. The former All-Pro target has asked his western New York NFL franchise for a trade. The Bills were knocking on the doorstep of the Super Bowl this year and are one of the odds-on favorites to be next year. Josh Allen is one of the most prolific passing quarterbacks in the NFL. Why would Beasley want out?